'Today' Show to Broadcast from Yellowstone
As many as 3.5 million visitors typically pass through Yellowstone National Park over the course of a busy year. On Tuesday morning (May 21), more than 5 million “Today” show viewers are expected to enjoy the sights and sounds of Yellowstone with their morning coffee, the Yellowstone Gate reported.
All five anchors of the NBC show will be broadcasting from Old Faithful as “Today” goes on the road before Memorial Day to visit five great American summer vacation destinations in five days.
The trip kicks off Monday in Hawaii, before continuing to Yellowstone, Chicago, Orlando, Fla., and wrapping up Friday at the Jersey Shore.
“They are all places people will want to go this summer, and they are all iconic, each with their own personality,” “Today” executive producer Don Nash said by telephone Thursday.
Show anchors Matt Lauer, Savannah Guthrie, Al Roker, Natalie Morales and Willie Geist will all broadcast together from each of the five locations.
“We’ve never taken all five anchors on a trip this ambitious before,” Nash said. “I know they’re all excited, and the crews are excited.”
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